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we're back here with r.t. these are the top stories syrian president pledges to draft a new constitution at the after the capital hosted a massive show of support for him that's activists report violent clashes with police outside damascus during opposition protests. some celebrate germany's move from nuclear power to renewable energy others fear it could lead to higher ellie tricity costs and blackouts. angry anti-corporate activists knock on the doors of some of america's richest has a wave of demonstrations critical washington's loyalty to big business gathers
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momentum nationwide washington's approval rating ratings taking a hit with the public demanding accountability over the four birdwatch he's influenced. so within occupy wall street movement growing all the time r t spoke to rapper immortal technique who says that if president obama doesn't start listening to these people who will lose the upcoming election. occupy wall street has now entered its fourth week of demonstrations and this movement has now been used for its nation in forty five feet two hundred cities and over the past few weeks many well known names have thrown their support behind the movement including my current gas rapper activist and revolutionary immortal technique thank you for joining me thank you for having me on the program but in the first few weeks you came down here to speak to the crowd from what i understand
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you were very bothered by the fact this movement was being marginalized right now for fourth week into a mainstream media is down here we see all the satellite trucks around why do you think they have gone to report about what is taking place here and for a country who you know there's an old phrase in the media if it bleeds it leads you know the more shocking the more outrageous it is the more that they want coverage because they know that all the stations the smaller media outlets the blogging sites those sites that may not be necessarily mainstream media that have the attention of millions of viewers are starting to actually pay attention to what's going on here between as which is one of the biggest expressions of democracy in the past few decades here in america and i think that when that is clear and present in front of everyone to see it becomes blatantly obvious to some of the larger. media senses that they're not even giving an ounce of coverage to it it
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makes them look even more biased than the already i think the tipping point might have been the arrest the mass arrests of here in the eight hundred peaceful protesters on the brooklyn bridge of place i know you've been very outspoken about it and of the police brutality i think that very much the police brutality when it hit the when it hit the internet became viral because you saw a bunch of defenseless people that were simply expressing their freedom. to speak their mind in a public place then they were penned off then they were sprayed down they were obviously not in danger of harming any police officers and then all of a sudden you see white shirts coming out room war often and seemingly unable to be held responsible for anything they do almost as if they're above the law and that is very exemplary of exactly what has continued to fuel the fire here at this protest the fact that people there on wall street people that are in
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government are refusing russian saying that all of them but a lot of them are refusing to acknowledge their responsibility and what caused all this you know listen come from nowhere people didn't just decide to get off or be angry about nothing people who are seriously concerned about the direction that our democracy is going i don't ask you about something that new york city mayor michael michael bloomberg sad about this demonstration he said that these protesters are trying to destroy the jobs of working people in new york city mayor michael bloomberg said that this demonstration is not productive if you think that it is. an illustration of disconnect when you think about no i think that's a perfect illustration of a connect his connect to wall street bloomberg is what seventy five percent or about owner of bloomberg l.l.c. he has a sixteen billion dollars stake or so down the wall street this is business school of course he feels threatened and he's going to do whatever he can including making the police more and more confrontational to elicit the type of negative response
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that he wants from these protesters he wants to goad them into violence he wants to make them argue amongst one another he wants to find issues of race religion sexual orientation whatever he possibly can him and people like him to exploit people that are coming here who just simply want to express themselves how is this anything but a democratic expression of freedom of speech and democracy is something very alien to that fraud mr bloom. what should we do should we just we just completely ignore our god given right to assemble here and to question our government when our entire american we love america and we refuse to see it destroyed by the same people that have been corrupting it for the past countless number of years i believe that there are lots of people that are willing to put up mr obama's second term on the altar of the marchese if he's not willing to listen to the same group of people that were honestly trying to believe in the words he was saying when he claimed. that he was
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going to change things in this country which haven't changed too much on us but this is clearly going to become a part of the twenty twelve election obviously this is gotten so big it is spread so far and by us president barack obama did speak about this and said he understands the frustration of those taking part and i'm sure my faltering part is frustrations that you know in two thousand and eight this country was ready to go up in office obama was not the the great unifier he was the great pacifier. he came in here and said no it's going to be ok i'm going to take care of all this is a care of all of them this is not hatred towards him this is not a general gration of him as of me but he knows the system he has to stand up for because he's tied to it to what makes the momentum nationally that the u.s. to step aside from the occupation aside from the visual what do people need to do when we start costing them money and we start bleeding them down that's when they get the message that's when they get it through their heads oh my god. no they've
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discovered the magic way to deal with us all the problem here be is that i see a lot of potential i see potential that needs to be harnessed i see people that i understand the reason they have an elected leaders but i think that there should be more spokespeople that go out and have the actual core message of this group that realize that the corruption that has existed in the system when did. i look at this nation they see republicans completely in the hands of corporations democrats pandering to them nonstop we see them also involved now to the president as part of expanding war was expanding occupations not standing up for human rights you know being blind about several global issues that are important to people here because they reflect on our democracy what we do outside of america defines our democracy here i've seen a lot of people on line suggest that this movement if they were to takes an option
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should go so far as to either pull their money out of banks or stop using credit cards that's not i'm not promoting any ideas here while asking this question but it is something that has been suggested you think that the second ideas about better than the first of using credit card i think even though we have to have a cohesive strategy to pull this together i think that there's a lot of real brainstorming that needs to happen because if we make one move we need to be focused on what moves will be made against us you know this is a chess game just like the united states chess game in the middle east where they're willing to give up a few points but what they really want to pieces they're willing to trade a few lame duck presidents because what they really want is the main characters of the bill you know they're willing to trade the foreign bengali he's right the other guy used to be a player mubarak became a pawn what do they want. the vision gadhafi gone. now
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they want the queen iran out of the secure chess game i don't think that they're not playing that here is. we have to not only be focused on what the next move but what the reaction to what their reaction to our next moves we have to think ahead of the game which is why i said there should be more brainstorming sessions here and i'm not so sure they should always be in public because i think honestly that we're not the only ones watching this would be a fool to think that there aren't people involved here. around this area that hard sleeper cells agents that's not me be paranoid that's just the truth you know the first person the first black person to ever work for the secret service agency was agent eight hundred his job was to infiltrate the movement of marcus garvey if they were thinking like that back then why wouldn't they be thinking like that and i think what's most important is that we don't get frustrated or angry or upset or lack the patience to be able to deal with this move there was a there was a sign out here that said you know police offices you're one bounced check away
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from being out here with the rest of us two of the a lot of people think they're angry they're screaming at cops but you're going to stand there just working class individuals whose their boss the mayor the mayor is that money with wall street he's literally. he's closer to wall street than america's that is you know to me. that's that's his home those are his people when they die you put out a little liquor for them so when he says something to the police commissioner the police commissioner says something to the white shirts and the white shirts kick down to the soldiers it's similar to what we see in the most brutal parts of the occupation of iraq and afghanistan the most brutal parts of that war soldiers held accountable for terrible things that have happened within the confines of the war but no officers no generals nobody that implemented these policies nobody that said hey you know what take him into the back and cut his hands off until he tells me what i want to hear or reproduce he can't stand it so she gives us the information
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that we want but that's only attributed to the contractors to the soldiers not to the upper levels not to the cia memos not to the people that wrote which is why when i look at cops there's a certain amount of cynicism that i have when people say oh they're all evil they're all we can know they're not evil don't we can the people that are innocently following orders if they don't follow orders they lose their job like the sign said they're one bounced check for being right here with the rest. us too and i think that's also a big difference in this movement between the arab spring books the difference is that in the arab spring there was a concentrated force of security forces whether it be military or national guard i decided to join with the move because those were the people they were literally saying well these are the people that i'm being told by my government and i have to go to war with other countries to protect and yet now i'm being told to attack and kill the same people at some point everybody has to question what they're doing and why they're even here what they're doing in their job if there be expressive their
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democracy and a greater question what did they ever really do to be considered an american. if you fall out of a pool in new york or new jersey or kansas that's why you're an american if you were to stand up for you human rights in your civil rights that you have a question of government and trying to infringe on your civil liberties if you ever try to reform a government that's done nothing but leach this country dry stealing from people constantly. if people come here from the opposition people love consistently the point of taking advantage of the people that are here that are upset at what we're doing because it exposes what they've been doing this whole time which exposes the corruption behind closed doors then we know we're on the right and i'm telling people right now that i'm going to continue to come back down here to this movement i was here when it started are i won't be here when it finishes because it's never going to finish because we can never stop reforming our democracy the moment that we start reforming our democracy it ceases to be
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a democracy at the moment that the revolution stops that means the revolution has been betrayed we're here to stay and we're not going anywhere. a very warm welcome to you this is your news today protesters on wall street strange day after. leasing canceled the chance to chase is such a good book for example the status of the human experiments give it. to me because you approach this in this rap music because it just goes to the movies literally trying to make sense of global economy and it's on changelings us financial temple
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the police are scrambling to maintain a confidence in long kids and taking on the critics wants to be seen trade imbalances with few nations close to collapsing of supply malone foreclosed homes. to fail switchblade banks again feel level i think is us crash and imminent smash the ceiling seems to dislike all the classes in athens three feel close proximity i'm just programs increase the total economy. the longest big game hunting history. she was trying to store. data into. what sprung the traps they laid for. the radio we have the surge walks around the earth. goes missing. one shot turns. out the global drug industry's godfather became the most want to trophy the world's
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bounty hunters. escobar the great times on a car chase. here and president pledges to draft a new casa to show the day after the capitol hosted a massive show of support for him and that says activist report filed clashes with police outside a mask. as jury opposition protests. angry as a corporate activists knock on the doors of some of america's richest and wave of demonstrations critical of washington's loyalty to big business gathers momentum nationwide washington's approval ratings taking a hit with the public demanding accountability over a corporate lobbyist influence. while some celebrate germany's move from nuclear power to renewable energy others fear it could lead to higher elec tricity costs and blackouts. sports next year is here with us in the studio
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and we're hearing that dick advocaat will be staying put for the foreseeable future and tell us more you know you have all these the question of the moment really he's definitely staying in russia and so next summer the r.f.u. the russian football union say they want him to bring russia to brazil twenty fourth in the world cup more enough coming up in just a. great to have you with us this is sports day we've got plenty of heads including this our . song going off rushing some ball manager dick advocaat states the old club versus country conundrum is affecting his team's euro twenty twelve preparation its. longest ever season the russian domestic football game is currently in the process of switching to the european league system we get our heads around
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a big change for. who on the line it's all change of a crucial flying position for wales ahead of sunday's rugby world cup semifinal with. a mini scandal is a brewing in russia with also mounted qualification for euro two thousand and twelve the country's football team are now looking to fill their build up time with friendly clashes but seize their head man club sides here are already feeling twitchy about giving their stars leave for international duty. so hopefully the owners are happy as will sometimes there are some doubts about it because we confront images next game in the world from some owners so i don't understand the way they think because i think they think about well because this is very important so we are willing to think about the clubs well so we only play one game and. we
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are what really be against because he wants to play much tougher opposition and not friends you've been playing recently against likes of iran caetano districts of em but the opposition we're facing the year is going to be much tougher so. early but we still get the call from asian to morrow so i can and so forth knows no zero point zero is not giving away too much at the end of that interview but advocaat did state last week that if russia didn't make it to poland and ukraine he would step down as national team coach but with the team topping qualifying group by bypassing the treacherous play off for it he's here until next summer at least on the country's football union are content with that. card is a top level specialist he's a very consistent prismatic and goal orientated person and to make it even better he's a winner he's doing runs out in july next year but it has an option to be extended
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and i can't see any need to change that. so russia is going to do is finals but eight other euro two thousand and twelve aspiring teams will find out their playoff fate today the trial will take place in krakow in just over a few hours time. portugal ireland and the czech republic seated stop in line with their unit for reading pool officiants of matches for the eleven twelve and fifteen november penciled in two days on the order of home and away games will be determined the swell rinaldo on nani's portugal they are eleventh in the world sure to be for your votes against whoever they are drawn with from pool b. which will take a look at turkey look to be difficult sides envelops side of the draw be sitting side finished second to perfect germany in qualifying bosnia and herzegovina also awaiting their fate strong by two first time field entrants studies montenegro on the studio euro two thousand and eight winner spain germany russia italy france the
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netherlands greece england denmark and sweden they are already through to the finals hosts poland and ukraine of course playing there as well. today the message game where the final step something taking to move the russian premier league calendar in line with the rest of europe the season from twenty twelve on which will kick off in the autumn with the final match is taking place in late spring rituxan for fate has more on what this will mean for the club's. i'm sure there is no movement for the new russian premier league champions and however this won't be the case this year and in fact the winner will be confirmed till may of next year as the country's footballing calendar is undergoing a radical change to bring them in line with the rest of europe. field formats often put russian clubs competing in europe at a disadvantage as once they reach out to stages of the champions league or europa league this season is yet to start. however the remainder of the continents were
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already halfway through vague campaigns and we're in a much better position because it will help us immensely moving to the new calendar club samet difficult previously to compete with the top clubs around europe in the latter stages of the european competition is and however things should now be a lot easier for us what has to be put on a level playing field the clubs will carry on playing until the end of the current championship in mid november and every team will appoint thirty games. however then there will be a split two games taking place in november and remains well from march until may two thousand and twelve after four months winter break confused well if you take a look at the current table and of the clubs remaining the same positions of the end of the season the top eight seventeen to angie would play each other home and away and fight it out to see who is eventually crowned champion and who qualifies for europe. however at the other end that's kosovo's tome again they would play
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each other twice with two change relegated to the first division when the season had been she finishes i'm a little but it will be really hard for the clubs at the start as he will have to play a lot of league games as well as trying to fit in european competitions as well but in the end it will be worth it because you'd be on a similar calendar to those girls playing in the majority of europe that have been concerns about the new calendar putting the clubs at a disadvantage could be unpredictability of russia's weather conditions all of the movie steers should prove to be unfounded as the new championship will cover pretty much the scene be still currently used because of the winter break on the contrary by the autumn of two thousand and twelve russia will join the rest of europe and playing in a season of finishes in me which bump if you don't see much going. ok let's move on where wales have been forced to make
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a change to their lineup ahead of saturday's really world cup semi final battle with france jane choky will start a flyhalf replacing recent priestland who entered his shoulder in the closing moments of their quarter final win over our lent who kept seeing just three minutes of world cup action at flyhalf playing in the fall back position before he musingly came off the bench for him gallons opting for the twenty six year old in the starting line up now with record caps a rare steven jones moving to the bench as backup wales seeking to end a difficult run against the french having been in six of the previous seven meetings i can see. we're going farai is preparing himself in case he's called out for kicking duties on the weekend the flyhalf ready to take over should the regular man which is surely really be unable to recover from the finds real time yesterday has had a full three days without practice but is now on a light training chain french coach marty bahamonde hoping whoever steps up
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competition the boot in what is the country's test straight world cup semi final appearance. they detroit tigers are once again licking their wounds on the baseball diamond after nelson cruz delivered a game breaking performance for the texas rangers the reigning american league champions now with a three one lead in their best of seven semifinal series but tiger faithful weathering the storm with the game delayed for two hours teacher in a gale helped clear the air of a school this game early on a six time all star blasting the tigers off to a two zero lead following brandon. wright. screwer. the texans then run off three straight runs of their own before in their momentum a homer by the thirty four year old in the seventh time gave me its nelson have already won game three with a run from an eleventh inning on the thirty one year old had another three run homer in the seventh on the nights to put the tigers on the brink of exit seventy
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three the final score came five six this leader. this louis cardinals also winning on the night to go to one up against the workpeople worst in the best of seven series one of the sport's most fearsome all but who holds helping the home team to nothing off with an r.b.i. toward the crowd watching their cardinals fools who are four zero lead before letting their opponents rally finish need to get back to a new room and i took jason martz striking out to see me gave me to close out the game for free was the final sorting through as well. for one giants mcclaren will have to wait another year to see its drivers lefse over worth not suffer sebastian vettel secured is second straight trying with red bowl last weekend with thought i've races to go where the champion saves the man who was his nearest rival this ngs. i never thought it was a church attendance and i thought he made to me mistakes. but he did and this year
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he has driven through public you know he has remained in mistakes and he's been super fast ever we've gone. as always he had a great company similar with the five. he's done the best to just look at everything so yeah he's doing is difficult to beat when you when you don't quite have the performance but. you know i think we're we're a very strong team and if anyone can fight back it's definitely us. all right thought is your sport this thursday afternoon here in central moscow plenty more coming up in i'll be back in just under two hours time whether it's next a short. the
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